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Nov
22
comment Why is rape not in the 10 commandments?
There you go jewfaq.org/10.htm . It says how 10 commandments are categories. I would come back and ask the jews again to be sure but I got a business to run.
Nov
22
comment Why is rape not in the 10 commandments?
That link you gave me: But if out in the country a man happens to meet a young woman pledged to be married and rapes her, only the man who has done this shall die. It punish the male for mating with someone already married. Pledged to be married count as marriage. Yap, another fine point. We're dealing with lawyer race here. If she is not pledged to be married to anyone, it won't go to death penalty. Now here is a guess, I think God made Torah to train jews to be good lawyers. Okay a joke. With this kind of law one don't need criminals.
Nov
22
comment Why is rape not in the 10 commandments?
Well, it's quite close actually. I actually asked this in jewish forum about sex outside marriage thingy. judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/11021/… as for how ten commandment is a category, I think I read that somewhere. Let me look that up.
Nov
21
comment How does LDS doctrine reconcile monotheism with men becoming gods?
@DaveDeLong I have my boss. There are other bosses but they are not my boss. That's henotheism, not monotheism. Is that what ancient jews believe?
Nov
21
comment How do adherents to inerrancy reconcile the fact that some part of the bible were added later?
Your answer doesn't answer the question. If part of the bible is added latter and we don't know whether it's part of the original or not, then how come we say bible is inerrant?
Nov
21
comment How do adherents to inerrancy reconcile the fact that some part of the bible were added later?
The link said that most bible translation has a note that it's not on earlier copy
Nov
21
asked How do adherents to inerrancy reconcile the fact that some part of the bible were added later?
Nov
21
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Nov
21
comment If Christ is considered the 'Son of God' then how is He a part of a Trinity?
So Jesus is his own dad?
Nov
21
comment Who is God referring to in 2 Samuel 7?
I am interested in facts and truth. It's often based on historical accuracy, analysis of humans' nature, and so on rather than faith. If possible I want to know God without faith.
Nov
21
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Nov
21
comment Can these three “2nd greatest commandments” be put into one sentence?
When Jesus said that we have to pray for our enemies, what outcome should we pray for? God's will? What is God's will?
Nov
19
asked Who is God referring to in 2 Samuel 7?
Nov
19
comment In Matthew 26:63-64, does the high priest think that the Messiah is Son of God?
Solomon throne is finished though. So are the ancient unified Israel kingdom. Should I make a question why God's promise fail? If 2 Samuel 7 refer to Messiah, then what's about the punishment and does wrong stuff?
Nov
19
comment In Matthew 26:63-64, does the high priest think that the Messiah is Son of God?
I will be his father, and he will be my son. When he does wrong, I will punish him with a rod wielded by men, with floggings inflicted by human hands. 15 But my love will never be taken away from him, as I took it away from Saul, whom I removed from before you. - Doesn't look like Christians' Jesus to me.
Nov
19
comment In Matthew 26:63-64, does the high priest think that the Messiah is Son of God?
Interesting. So the idea that Messiah is Son of God (even though adopted) is actually jewish. The difference between christians and jews are not that big then.
Nov
19
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Nov
19
comment Can these three “2nd greatest commandments” be put into one sentence?
Jewish words for "neighbor" is actually "comrades". I asked in quora.com. Jews interpret that as "fellow jews". Gnostic christian, interpret the commandment of love your neighbor as an insight: Love your friends. The samaritan is our neighbor because he showed mercy on us. So love thy neighbor maybe 80% reciprocity. If every body reciprocate good deeds and some pay it forward, the world will be a better place even when we're still mainly selfish.
Nov
19
comment Can these three “2nd greatest commandments” be put into one sentence?
Yes. Pray for our enemies too, after we pray for our friends. If terrorists are shooting at our troops, will you pray that the terrorists win? Perhaps we pray that everyone realize that globalization rocks and everybody can be rich :)
Nov
17
comment Can these three “2nd greatest commandments” be put into one sentence?
Did Jesus say especially those who hate you? Maybe love everyone and free to love those who love you more.